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    Quote Originally Posted by gastrodus View Post
    Hi

    Is there a Gerber File available for the AT2XT board?

    Regards
    Thomas
    I've been looking for a while, hopefully someone knows where they are...

    - Gary

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    I'm not n expert on the subject but I thought you could generate Gerbers from within Eagle: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials...rating-gerbers

    -CH-

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    I uploaded the KiCAD file sets, new schematic and PCB layout, and the Gerbers on retrobrewcomputers.org forum

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    Hi.

    I designed a 3D printed custom case for the AT2XT keyboard converter.

    Available here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2406022

    Enjoy!!

  5. #15

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    Cute case, printed up nicely.

    Thanks for making this available.

    - Gary

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodolfo View Post
    Hi.

    I designed a 3D printed custom case for the AT2XT keyboard converter.

    Available here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2406022

    Enjoy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodolfo View Post
    Hi.

    I designed a 3D printed custom case for the AT2XT keyboard converter.

    Available here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2406022

    Enjoy!!

    Putting the pieces together!.
    It is simply awesome when all fits in nicely, and this is the case for the fully assembled AT2XT converter. The AT2XT converter product of VCF brightest minds and joined efforts is a simple piece of art. I got the complete assembly unit from Modem7 (soldered like a PRO) and fits like a globe into the Casing design by Rodolfo. The guys at 3DHubs Japan (T's Hub) printed this real fast, from order to delivery it just took 3 days with an outstanding customer service. Many Thanks to all!!!. see pictures below;

    I orderer a Clear and White prints,....decided to go with the Clear one,...for now


    AT2XT-meritsall.jpg

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    IBM 5160 zero-XT. System Specs: Original IBM XT motherboard 256KB-640KB|XT-IDE Rev01, Code V. 1.1.5|Intel Inboard 386 with 1MB RAM (Cyrix 486 upgraded)|Intel AboveBoard PS/286 with 4MB RAM (2MB RAM Piggyback expansion)|Lotharek's HxC SD floppy emulator Rev F|High Density Floppy Controller Mini/Micro4|ATI VGAWONDER XL24 1MB|Sound Blaster CT-1320 (with CMS chips)|Monitors: IBM 5151, IBM 5153, and IBM 8515|Printer: Juki 6100|Keyboard: IBM Model M Space Saver|Mouse: Logitech P7 (BUS mouse)|Joystick: Kraft Premium III

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